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Benjamin Franklin
Birth date: January 17, 1706
Died: April 17, 1790
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Bria's Bookshelf
Bria's Bookshelf rated it 5 years ago
AR: 3.1 Grade Level: K-2nd Summary: Hellen Keller describes the life of a young girl, who personally struggles with being both blind and deaf. It is great for younger students who may not understand this concept. Idea: I would use this book in my classroom to teach students more about diversity. I ...
All about me
All about me rated it 5 years ago
Very interesting read post the same sex marriage survey.
NessaS rated it 6 years ago
Ugh, I just wanted him to shut the fuck up about Poor Richard, jfc. I eye-rolled so hard my eyes almost displaced itself, smh. It's just really annoying for the whole thing to just be QUOTES of other people (Poor Richard is Franklin's pseud which makes it all the most grating UUUGH!!).Bleh.
KatieMc rated it 8 years ago
I have a love/hate relationship with one of my book clubs. I love to hate the books they choose. And this one I was determined to hate. Funny thing though, I can't hate this book. In the age of self aggrandizing ghost-written puff-piece memoirs, this was refreshingly humble. Which is ironic because ...
Anfenwick rated it 8 years ago
Hmmm... it's the sort of book where everyone's heard what's in it, even before they read it. I actually found the third section most interesting, for the description of how to make public life and institutions happen in early Philadelphia.
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